Psst! Got a lazy million bucks just lying around doing nothing? Yeah, me neither. But if you were part of the hyper-rich set and wanted to know the time in a stupendously complicated way, this could be the watch for you. Even the name — the Aetertnitas Mega 4 — is complicated; it's a watch with 36 functions, 1483 parts, making it (so it's claimed) the most complicated wrist watch ever made. That kind of complexity doesn't come cheap, however. It's due to go under the hammer (but not in a literal sense) at Christie's in Hong Kong, it's expected to fetch between $US600,000 and $US1,200,000. [Born Rich]
The Frank Muller Aetertnitas Mega 4 Is A Mega-Expensive Mega Watch
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